[hfs-user] Format of '._' files on non-HFS(+) disks?
Thu, 27 Jun 2002 22:36:31 +0100
Starting dot makes it hidden... The % is used in UNIX for introducing
hexadecimal values of the character instead its graphic symbol (example,
%41 instead of A). I think these are the reasons :p
De: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
En nombre de James Pearson
Enviado el: jueves, 27 de junio de 2002 17:53
Para: Mark Day
Asunto: Re: [hfs-user] Format of '._' files on non-HFS(+) disks?
>It should be the second file of an AppleDouble pair.
Thanks ... I should have guessed it would have been AppleDouble before
asking the question ...
However, do you know why '._' was chosen as the prefix for the
resource/finderinfo file when the specs for AppleDouble state '%' ...